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The old line has been converted into an 18 km (11 mi) cycling and walking track, providing an excellent means of discovering the surrounding countryside.
The so-called Youtar was a small-gauge railway out of Dounarnenez to Audierne via Pont-Croix.
The old track between Audierne and Pont-Croix has been converted into a footpath along the River Goyen.
The town centre is located at the top of a peninsula, with the Port of Rosmeur on the eastern side and Port Rhu to the west.
A number of hotels and restaurants are located here as well as the post office and the tourist office.
The road along the sea front at the Port of Rosmeur is lined with cafés and restaurants specialising in seafood.
The commercial harbour, including some of the fish processing and canning facilities, is at the northern end of the peninsula.
Douarnenez owes much of its prosperity and expansion to the construction of railways at the end of the 19th century, which provided services for passengers and goods, connecting the port to other markets. From the railway station at the centre of Tréboul, the SNCF operated a service to Quimper. In the mid-20th century, many former passengers had shifted to privately owned vehicles and passenger trains were discontinued in 1972.
Goods traffic and shipping by rail continued until the railway was closed in 1988.
), is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in north-western France.